Celebrate art, play, and coincidence in 24 // 24 // 24 – a 2024 exhibition of 24 highlighted works at 24 Hazelton Avenue. Join us as we also mark Ingram Gallery's 24th year in the neighbourhood of Yorkville and other co-occurrences.

Read on in this edition of Ingram Art News for a glimpse into engaging works that are available at the gallery, upcoming art news, and the many-sided 24 // 24 // 24 exhibition, which runs February 14 – March 6.  

RACHEL BERMAN (1946-2014)

Study for "I Was Flabbergasted By the Headlines", 2010 - etching with oil pastel, 15.5 x 11.25 inches | image: 7.5 x 6 inches

Close to the heart of Ingram Gallery is the art of Rachel Berman (1946-2014). The artist led an existence that was focused on paint and the process and act of art making, as evidenced in the work I Was Flabbergasted By the Headlines (above), where Berman leaves notes in the marginalia that is art in itself alongside the work’s palette and artful thoughts on framing:

Please Frame with 8 ply rag. leave 1/8” around press of plate so the ‘scumble’ of pastel is still obvious - Rachel Berman


Staircase - oil on canvas, 24 x 30 inches

Ryan Dineen’s Staircase (above) brings forward visions of art-within-art, from the vantage of Ingram Gallery’s fired granite staircase designed by architect Jerome Markson, R.C.A. (1929-2023). The heart of our 5000 square foot brownstone, the exquisite architecture forms a perfect setting for the work’s painterly reflection on art, of nature, and our surrounding environments.

JOE ROSENTHAL, R.C.A. (1921-2018)

11th Hour I, 1973 - bronze with wood base, ed. 5/10 20 x 19 x 5.5 inches

The celebrated sculptures of Joe Rosenthal, R.C.A. (1921-2018) continue outward from the gallery with their notable presence on the grounds of the University of Toronto. The artist’s available 11th Hour I is included in 24 // 24 // 24, combining both physical and inner form with an eloquence perfectly suited to the piece’s bronze medium and subject matter.


River Run II - oil on canvas, 36 x 60 inches

Jane Everett is in studio active in the process of creation for her forthcoming Raindance solo exhibition at the gallery. Lively and vibrant, the graceful River Run II (above) carries an abundance of adept decision-making that combines with a musicality of composition and brushwork that is uniquely Everett’s.


Trout Spirit - oil on canvas, 36 x 36 inches

Along with the above, 24 // 24 // 24 includes pieces by a number of exceptional and celebrated artists at Ingram Gallery, some of which were delivered straight from studio. The exhibition is stunning in-person and you can also contact us for a digital catalogue of works or artists that have your attention.


Muted Tide - glazed stoneware, H: 17.5 x W: 17 inches

I believe my work lends itself to interpretation of a highly personal nature and that the imagery can also be given a more universal reading. Meaning is determined by each viewer's perception of the work.

- Brian Burke, 2013

E.B. COX, R.C.A. (1914-2003)

Bird - dolomite,  7.5 x 5 x 2.75 inches

Anja Karisik’s focus on riverways brings solace and introspection along with new works to the gallery. In her newest Elysium, Karisik renders her surroundings with expressive and ever-expanding layers. With the artist’s splendid use of material and technique, the work unfolds before the viewer in its intimate yet wildly open vision.


Elysium (Near Sooke, Vancouver Island, BC) - gouache & pastel, 11.75 x 15.75 inches

Please stay tuned to Ingram Art News for details on new works, including the fresh and elemental sculptures of Luke Pestl, as well as for details on the upcoming exhibition Some Awe, which begins on March 16. Following at the gallery in May is an anticipated solo exhibition of new paintings by Travis Shilling.


Fox in the Storm - oil on canvas, 48 x 36 inches

Join us at the gallery for the 24 // 24 // 24 exhibition and be part of communal creation in helping complete a puzzle of hummingbirds at play. During the exhibition, a common musical backdrop will be Chopin’s cycle of 24 Preludes which skirt the boundaries of tonal music, with each piece written in one of the 24 major and minor musical keys.

As always, we look forward to seeing you at your gallery and sharing in all together.

Tarah Aylward

Ingram Gallery Inc.

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